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Asked what the Prime Minister would be discussing with Heads of Government at the Progessive Governance Summit and would that include possible rescue packages for Zimbabwe, the PMS said that the situation in Zimbabwe was uncertain at the moment. We would have to see how things panned out in the next couple of days. The key point for us was that we were concerned about the continuing delays in announcing the election results.

In terms of potential economic reconstruction packages, the Prime Minister had spoken on the subject in the past, going back to his article in the Independent last September. But the key at the moment was that the authorities in Zimbabwe understood that the world was watching them and understood that it was very important that they knew to clarify the results of the election as soon as possible.

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